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Max-M-Power
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Re: Cost of Ebooks

So only the DTB should cover the publishing costs and the ebook should be practically free? How is that going to work when the market share for printed books is shrinking?

 

I guess you guys are hard head or just not really reading whats being writen so PLEASE dont put words in my mouth. Not once did I say ebooks should be free, I said that's what I choose to do. I DID say that they should NOT cost as much or more than a print book.